Valentine’s Day is next month which means it’s time to start designing those greeting and gift cards, gift wrap, posters, coupons and invitations for parties and events.
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It’s no secret that I love brush fonts so I have built up quite a collection over the years. I discover new fonts on Pinterest frequently and pin them to my fonts board. Brush fonts are perfect for adding that handmade touch to a design, whether it be a logo, invitation, t-shirt, stationery, greeting cards, […]
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It’s been a while since I made a font roundup for you! Today I’m sharing 12 casual script fonts that are perfect for any fun, carefree occasion. These fonts can be used on pool party invitations, kids party invitations, birthday cards, casual wedding invitations and other stationery, scrapbooking, blogs, and more.
Handwritten fonts are a great way to add a little personal touch to a design. You can use a handwritten font for your signature at the end of a blog post, as an email signature, in birthday invitations, casual wedding invitations, printables, and much more.
To all the type lovers out there: are you looking for high-quality fonts that look premium but are free? There are many free fonts out there, but not all of them are of high quality, and some have been used endlessly by everyone.
Last year I made a similar font list for Valentine’s Day, but I felt it needed an update with nicer, prettier fonts. If you are looking for free fonts to use in your Valentine’s Day projects like cards, coupons and tags, check out these lovely options.
If you’re looking for a delicate, friendly and decorative typeface, Matilde is the one. This is a free font and comes in two styles – normal and sketch. You can use it for logos, headings, children’s books, etc.